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NAVMED P-5088 




Vice Admiral Robert B. Brown MC USN 

Surgeon General 

Rear Admiral R. O. Canada MC USN 

Deputy Surgeon General 

Captain W. F. Pierce MC USN (Ret), Editor 

William A. Kline, Managing Editor 



INDEX 

Volume 46, Numbers 1-12 
9 July 1965 through 17 December 1965 



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ABDOMINAL neoplasms 1:21 
Academic achievement, MSC 2:25 
Academy, U.S. Naval, admission to, medical examina- 
tion for 1:18 
Accident 

aircraft, fatal, human factors in 8:25 

industrial, new type of 6:22 
Accreditation, and inspection, laboratory 6:14 
Adiposity 8:24 

Aeromedical team, CNO, visit Vietnam 12:21 
Aircraft, naval, emergency breathing oxygen system 

for 8:21 
Air pollution 6:21 
Alcoholism, in industry 2:19 

Amalgams, dental, packing pressure on, effect of 8:15 
Amphibian vehicle, LVTP5A1 4:13 
Anemia, secondary to penicillin treatment 6:18 
Anesthesia, local, in dentistry 12:16 
Antarctica, medicine in the 4:3 
Appointment system, effective 4: 18 
Asthma 

increase in, among Negroes 1 : 25 

New Orleans 1 :24 
Astronaut, scientist 4:19 

Aurelius, George M., HN, receives Combat "V" 11:29 
Aviation medicine 

Aircrew Physiological Protective Equipment Meeting 
12:22 

aircrewmen, open & closed rebreathing system for 
8:21 

Ejection Occurrences & Related Fatalities 4:22 

Full Pressure Suit 4:25 

Naval Aviation Speech Discrimination Test 12:23 

Spacecraft flight 4:22 

U.S. Naval School of, dedication of 4:20 
Aviator oxygen helmet 4:20 
Award 

cash, military personnel 10:28 

Henry A. Imus, first recipient of 12:23 

BABY, not just another 1 1 :26 

Barbarin, Lloyd J. HM1, USN, receives Navy Com- 
mendation Medal 4:28 
Beds, hospital, local repair of 5:24 
Birth control 

Oral Contraceptives 8:14 
Bladder, stripped, relines itself 6: 1 
Blood 

pumped through liver of pig 2:12 

replacement of 1 1 : 28 
Blood flow sensor, development of 12:13 
Bone cutting, high speed, effect of, without use of 

water coolant 7:15 
Botulism 6:20 

surveillance of 9:22 



Boutonneuse fever 1 1 : 20 . 
Burns, buffered saline in 4: 1 

CALCIFIED tissues, afterglow process of, kinetics of, 

at 89" Kelvin 5:14 
Cancer 

of colon and rectum 6:13 

lung 5:12 

Stripped Bladder Relines Itself 6: 1 
Carcinoma 

colon, roentgenologic exam in 10:15 

gastric, recurrent, 17-year survival after removal of 
5:4 

lip, diagnosis and treatment 1:11 
Career, development program, for hospital corpsmen 

and dental technicians 6:27 
Caries 

dental, in commissarymen 3:13 

resistance of, in naval recruits 6:15 
Carious lesion, incipient 6:15 
Cavities, and prolonged bottle feeding 8:16 
Cavity drying, pulp response to, in rat teeth 11:15 
Cephalothin, in cystoscopy 12:10 
Chagas Disease, vaccination against 1 : 25 
Children, cutaneous hemangiomas in 10:7 
Chloramphenicol, prophylaxis against toxicity I :22 
Chloromycetin 

hazards of 8:14 

hematologic toxicity of 3:9 
Cholera, occurrence of, in Iran 6: 17 
Christmas message, from Chief, Dental Division 12:15 
Ciguatera poisoning 11:21 
Cold, disturbances due to 7 : 3 

Collagen, third class protein, suggestion that 11:16 
Congestive heart failure, diuretics & electrolyte abnor- 
malities in 3:4 
Contraceptives, oral 8:14 
Corticosteroids 

and cataracts 7:13 

hazards of 3:11 
Coyle, Norma Rita, LCDR NC USNR, receives Federal 

Nursing Service Award 12:25 
Cushing's syndrome, due to adrenocortical tumor 10:8 
Cystic fibrosis, with fecal retention 6:4 
Cystoscopy, cephalothin in 12:10 
Cysts, jaw, treatment of 11:16 

DDVP formulations 3:22 
Deafness, hereditary, in man 3:10 
Deaths, excess, linked to air pollution 6:22 
Dental anomalies, and low birth weights 8:15 
Dental Corps, U.S. Naval 

aid Vietnamese 8:17 

anniversary messages to 3:12 

officers graduate 3:17 



NOTE: Figures indicate the number of issue and page in Volume 46 of the News Letter. For example, Abdominal neoplasms 1:21 indi- 
cates that this item may be found in Vol, 46, No. 1, Page 21. 



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Dental Corps, U.S; Naval (cont'd.) 

officer promotions 9:17 

officer retirements 9:17 
Dental items, newly standardized 11:18 
Dental materials 

Linear Stability of Elastic Impression Materials 4:16 
Dental pulp, hemogram 10: 17 

Dental School, U.S. Naval, change of command 5:16 
Dental technicians, graduation of 3 : 1 8 
Dental techniques 

full crown procedures 1:10 

placement of circum -zygomatic wires 2:16 
Dentist, legal responsibility of 5: 16 
Dentistry 

Apically Repositioned Flap 4:15 

ceramco, eighteen months with 12:17 

intrapulpal pressure, measurement of 1 : 10 

ultrasonic scaling and hand planing, tissue response 
to 12:16 
Dentures, adhesive powders for 8:16 
Dermatitis, straw itch mite 1 :24 
Diabetes 

drug-induced 9:11 

nephropathy of, and papillary necrosis 7:8 

and periodontal disease 2:15 

testing for 10:15 
Didrex, clinical trials of 2 : 1 3 
Diets 

crash, hazards of 8:23 

ketogenic, effect of, in obesity 5:7 
Digestive disease 

Diagnosis and Treatment of Whipple's Disease 11:9 
Directives 

BuMed Notice 6230. Occurrence of Cholera in Iran 
6:17 
6250. Two-week ACDUTRA for Inactive Duty 
MSC Entomologists 1:21 
Drugs 

psychotherapeutic, use of 9 : 6 

psychotropic, uses and abuses of 12:8 

EDEMA, retinal 11:11 

Education, medical, the Director of 1 :6 

Ejection, occurrences, and related fatalities 4:22 

Electrolytes, abnormalities, in congestive heart failure 

3:4 
Embolism, pulmonary, treatment of 11:2 
Enamel, luminescence of 9:14 
Encephalitis 

surveillance 9:19 

viral, arthropod-borne 7:24, 9:23 
Environmental hazards, control of 5 : 1 8 
Epilepsy, new center for 2:13 
Examinations 

medical, admission, to U.S. Naval Academy 1:18 

physical, submarine, problems in 7:10 

pre-employment, of health workers 2:23 



Eye 

care of, within naval industrial establishment 7:17 
the red eye 9 : 8 

FAA Medical Certification 4:21 
Fasting, effect of, in obesity 5:7 
Fecal retention, cystic fibrosis with 6:4 
Film, on heart research 2.27 
Flashblindness, first trainer delivered 4:25 
Fleas 

continuing problem 11:23 

human, as vectors of plague 9:21 
Fluoride, determination of, in parotid saliva 9:14 
Food poisoning 

Botulism 6:20 
Fracture, complex closed 1:9 

Furr, Paul A. LTJG, MSC USN, first aviation physi- 
ologist to become qualified as test parachutist 
12:24 

GAS gangrene, and hyperbaric oxygen treatment 2:11 
Gastric carcinoma, recurrent, 17-year survival after 

removal of 5:4 
Gastroenteritis, in Riverside, Calif. 3:24 
Gastorintestinal hemorrhage, from undetermined 

source, surgical management of 3 : 1 
Glucose, excretion of, in thermal sweat 3:9 
Gout, and hyperuricaemia, natural history of 4:14 
Graybiel, Ashton CAPT MC USN, a man of science 

4:21 

HALL, Nelson E. HM1 USN, receives Commendation 

for Achievement 5:28 
Hazards 

barium enema 7:14 

environmental 5:18 

ether peroxides 11 : 27 

motor bikes 9:28 

mustard 9:13 

naphthalene, use of 7:22 

refrigerator entrapment 7:28 

self-medication 4:29 
to Flier 8:25 
Health workers, safety of 2:23 
Hearing 

ability of servicemen 8:22 

Hereditary Deafness in Man 3:10 
Heart disease 

and blood pressure, national survey of, in Japan 2:3 

treatment of, use of potassium in 6:5 
Heat stress, in military operations 8:6 
Helmet, oxygen, aviator 4:20 
Hemangiomas, skin, in children 10:7 
Hemorrhage, gastrointestinal, of obscure origin 3:1 
Hemorrhagic shock, buffered saline in 1:1, 4:1 
Heparin 7:13 
Hepatitis, serum, fatality in 8:8 



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Hogan, B. W. RADM MC USN (Ret), receives honor 

2:14 
Hospital administration, class of, graduation of 2:14 
Hospital beds, local repair of 5:24 
Hyperbaric oxygen treatment, use of, on patient with 

gas gangrene 2:11 
Hyperpyrexia, near-fatal 9:13 
Hyperuricaemia, and gout, natural history of 4:14 

INDUSTRY 

problem drinker in, detection and rehabilitation of 
2:19 

processes and products 5:20 
Infections, synergistic 9:14 
Injections 

emergency site of 4 : 1 5 

unintentional IV, of penicillin 6:16 
Injuries 

and wounds, types of 8:2 

cold weather 7:3 

inferior vena cava, management of 12:2 
injury 

Complex Closed Fracture 1 : 9 

terminal mechanisms after 10: 1 
In Memoriam 6:29 
Insect control, approaches to 3:22 
Intrapulpal pressure, human, measurement of 1:10 
Iodine 131, radioactive, in milk 2:26 

JACK, Mullie F., Mrs., receives Navy Meritorious 
Civilian Service Award 10:28 

Japan, blood pressure and heart disease, national sur- 
vey of 2:3 

Jaws, cysts of, treatment of 11:16 

KARSNER, Howard T., Dr., awarded lifetime mem- 
bership on Board of AFIP in Washington, D.C. 
1:16 

Keener, Mary F„ CDR MSC USN, selected for grade 
of Captain 12:21 

Kelly, Robert J., LT MC USN, graduates from Naval 
Test Pilot School 12:22 

Kimeldorf, Donald J., Dr., acting head of BioMed at 
USNRDL 8:29 

Know Your World 3 : 25, 6 : 24, 9 : 22, 1 1 ; 24 

LABORATORY, accreditation and inspection 6:14 

Leadership, adjudicator or innovator 4:27 

Legion of Merit, awarded to Dr. William J. Mills, Jr. 

7:22 
Leukemia 

and Butazolidin 9:13 

murine, studies on 10:14 

treatment of, research on 4:12 
Librium, hazards of 9:12 
Lifeblood bank, in cold storage 12:14 
Lip, carcinoma of the, diagnosis and treatment 1:11 



McCONNELL, Donald J., HN, awarded Purple Heart 
Medal 12:26 

MALARIA 6:18 

Malnutrition, and infection 6:12 

Mannitol 2:3 

Mason, Redfield, RADM USN, remarks of, at intern 

graduation ceremony 9:26 
Measles vaccine, available 12:28 
Mechanical ventilation, prolonged 5 : 1 
Meconium ileus equivalent, report of two cases 6:4 
Medical care, cost of, AM A Commission on the 2:28 
Medical education 

continuing 5:12 

the Director of 1 :6 
Medical officer, in Vietnam, problems of 7: 1 
Medical Service Corps 

academic achievement 2:25 

18th anniversary of 3:28 

training 3:26 
Medicare 

doctor in, role of 12:14 

physicians in 12:26 

reimbursing costs under 1 1 :28 

reimbursing hospitals under 11 :29 
Medication, self 4:29 

Menopause, estrogens during and after 4:12 
Microbiology 

trachoma agent, isolation of, in cell culture 6:9 
Military, effectiveness of, heat stress in 8:6 
Milker's Nodules 6:22 
Missiles, wounds by, types of 8 : 2 
Mongolia, health problems of 1 :26 
Mycoplasma, micro-organisms 6:14 

NMRI, .change of command 9:28 
Naval recruits, caries resistant 

caries activity tests in 7:14 

parotid saliva amylase activity in 7:14 
Neoplasms, abdominal 1:21 
Nitrogen, liquid, neuropathy and 9:13 
Nuclear excursion, accidental, and fatal radiation syn- 
drome 4:4 
Nurse Corps, U.S. Navy 

director of, visits Newport, R.I, 10:28 

first male nurse in 7 : 28 

honored on 57th anniversary 1 : 14 

men commence duty in 9:27 

OB-GYN, American Board of 8 : 14, 7 : 1 3 
Occupational health, programs in, the worth of 10:21 
Occupational medicine 

How Industry Insures That Its Processes and Prod- 
ucts Are Safe 5 : 20 
Operational medicine 

refresher series in 6:25 
Optometry, within naval industrial establishment 7:17 
Organ transplantation, immunology of, research in the, 
committee for 3:11 



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Orientation, perception of 4:21 

Orofacial surgery, acrylate-amide foam in 12:16 

Orthopedic drill, battery powered 11:13 

PACEMAKERS, electronic, implantable 10:14 
Pancreatitis, acute, diagnosis and management of 8:11 
Papillary necrosis, emphasis on, and nephropathy of 

diabetes 7:8 
Paralysis, of limbs, recovering use of 10: 15 
Parasitosis, delusory 3:25 
Parotid saliva, in caries development 11:15 
Patients, spiritual needs of 4: 14 
Penicillin 

treatment with, anemia secondary to 6:18 
unintentional IV injections of, reactions to 6:16 
Periodontal disease, and diabetes mellitus 2:15 
Periodontal health, of submarine school candidates 5:14 
Periodontal therapy, and ultrasonics 5:15 
Peroxides, ether 11:27 
Phenothiazines, hazards of 11:14 
Physical examinations 

enlisted submarine, problems in 7: 10 
periodic, new evaluation of 10:21 
Physical fitness, in ready reserve 10:13 
Plague, vectors of, human fleas incriminated as 9:21 
Pneumonia, institutional outbreak of 6: 1 3 
Poisoning, ciguatera 11:21 
Poliomyelitis, paralytic, 1964 6:12 
Pollution 

acid stream 6:23 
air 6:21 

linked to excess deaths 6:22 
Post-extraction, osseous repair of, in man 10:17 
Potassium, use of, in treating heart disease 6:5 
Potassium chloride, enteric coated, and small-intestine 

ulceration 5:10 
Psychiatry, treatment of, drugs in 9:6 
Psychotropic drugs, uses and abuses of 12:8 
Publications 

Manual of Preventive Medicine, Chapter I, revision 
of 6:12 
Pulmonary embolism, treatment of 11:2 
Pulp capping, indirect 3:13 
Pulp conditions, differential diagnosis of 2:16 
Pulp, human, protection of 8: 16 

RADIATION syndrome, fatal, from accidental nuclear 

excursion 4:4 
Red Eye 9:8 
Research reports, U.S. Naval Medical 5:12, 6:14, 8:14, 

9:11, 11:14 
Reserve, U.S. Naval 

Administrative Disposition of Reservists Not Suitable 

for Military Service 2:25 
Medical Unit Commended 4:25 
physical fitness in the 10:13 
Residencies, naval medical, to start earlier 10:16 






Residencies, psychiatric, availability of 10:27, 11:25 
Retinal edema, retinal vessels, retroillumination of 

11:11 
Rheumatic fever, changing pattern of 11:18 
Rubella 

exposure of, to pregnant women, and gamma-globulin 

prophylaxis 3:20 
virus 1 :23 

SALINE, buffered, use of, in hemorrhagic shock 1:1, 

4:1 
Scientist astronaut 4:19 
Seal, John R., CAPT MC USN (Ret) 9:18 
SEALAB II 

Naval Medical Research Institute participating in 
9:12 

Navy's, first team selected for 5:29 
Serum hepatitis, fatality in 8:8 
Shepard, Maurice C. PhD, honored 5:29 
Shock 10:1 

hemorrhagic, use of buffered saline in 1 : 1 
Small intestine, nonspecific ulcers of the 12:5 
Smallpox, in USA 1:23 
Snakes, of Taiwan 1 :26 
"Snow-Man" machine, evaluation of 3:22 
Social Security Act, amendments of 1965, medical 

benefits of 9:28 
Soviet hospitals, studied by American physicians 2:27 
Space flight, mixed gases for use in 8:22 
Space Race 8:29 

Spacecraft flight, 34-day, simulated 4:22 
Stains, various, comparison of 10:16 
Stannous fluoride, in naval personnel 6:15 
Streptococcal disease, epidemiology of 11:18 
Subic Bay, station hospital, in interservice roll 9:27 
Submarine medicine, graduate medical officer class 7:29 
Sulfonylureas, and hypothyroidism 12:14 
Surgeon General 

attends ceremony 10:1 

Christmas message from 12:1 

receives third star 11:1 

representative of, visits Far East 6:12 
Syphilis, serodiagnosis of 9:19 

TAPEWORM, infection, in man 6:23 
Teeth 

diseases of, in 1578 11:16 
incipient carious lesion 6:15 
Tetracyclines 6:13 

deteriorated, nephrotoxicity of 2: 15 
Thailand, medical educator from, visits U.S. Naval 

Medical School 12:25 
Ticks 11:22 
Tidwell, Dorothy, CDR NC USN, receives Nursing 

Education Award 4:27 
Tochilin, Eugene, receives Superior Civilian Service 
Award 1:15 



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Tongue, ventral surface of, as emergency site of in- 
jection 4:15 
Trachoma agent, isolation of, in cell culture 6:9 
Training 

courses 

changes in Army PG courses 2:25 

Chemical, Biological & Radiological Weapons 1:14, 

7:28 
data processing & applied statistical methods 8:27 
Dependents' Medical Care 8:29 
Medical Aspects of Advanced Warfare 1:14 
nuclear science 7:27 

Radioisotope Techniques & Nuclear Medicine 2:25 
Space & Astronautics Orientation 12:25 
submarine medicine indoctrination 1:15 

MSC 3:26 

meetings & conventions 

Amer Society of Anesthesiologists 7:27 
Assn of Military Surgeons 7:22 
Veterans Administration 11:14 

Operational Medicine Refresher Series 6:25 
program, career development, for hospital corpsmen 

and dental technicians 6:27 
seminar 

Armed Forces, on Ob-Gyn 6:29 
Armed Forces Orthopedic Seminar 3:28 
Prophylaxis Against Streptococcal Infections 5:10 
surgical & orthopedic aspects of trauma 12:28 
symposium 

current surgical practices 11:14 
Trauma, What's new in 9:28 
Triage, in wound management 9: 1 
Tuberculosis, drug-resistant, chemotherapy of 5:9 
Tumors 

adrenocortical, and Cushing's syndrome 10:8 
skin, metastasis of 3:10 



Tyan, Marvin L., Dr., receives Superior Civilian Service 

Award 1:15 

ULCERATION, small-intestine, and enteric coated po- 
tassium chloride 5:10 
Ulcers, nonspecific, of small intestine 12:5 
Ultrasonics, and periodontal therapy 5:15 
Ultrasonic energy, used for bonding 4:16 
Urology 

Stripped Bladder Relines Itself 6: 1 
U.S. Naval Hospital 

Great Lakes — junior volunteer program authorized 

8:28 
Yokosuka — accreditation survey of 1 :22 
Special Consultant visits 1:21 

VACCINATION, against Chagas Disease 1 :25 
Vena cava, inferior, injuries to, management of 12:2 
Ventilation, mechanical, prolonged 5:1 
Vietnam 

joint action in 12:27 

problems in, medical 7: 1 
Vietnamese 

aided by U.S. Navy Dental Corps 8:17 

civilians, caring for 12:28 
Viral encephalitis, arthropod-borne 7:24 

WEED control, in Florida canals 1:27 

Welch, Norman A. MD, Memorial Award 5:29 

Whipple's disease, diagnosis and treatment of 1 1 :9 

WHO, World Health Assembly 3:20 

Wounds 

management of, considerations in 9:1 

missile, types of 8:2 

XANTHELASMA 7:15 



This issuance of this publication approved by the Secretary of the Navy on 4 May 1964. 



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